Glenfinnan: Take the train to Glenfinnan and see the 21-arch Loch nan Uamh viaduct built in 1901. Next to the station is the unusual Dining Car restaurant. Visit the Station Museum and then the Glenfinnan Memorial; one of Scotland's most famous monuments (47 miles; 1hr 40min drive, 1hr 30min train ride).
Fort William: Visit the Ben Nevis Visitors' Centre. It has an entertaining and informative exhibition which children will also find interesting. Later stop at the Spean Bridge Mill, just outside Fort William, for souvenirs and mementos. While in Fort William you can go bowling at The Nevis Centre or eat at one of the high street restaurants.
Rail Excursion to Mallaig: Catch the train from Corrour and travel along the West Highland Line (regularly voted one of the world’s best train journeys) to the west coast fishing port of Mallaig. Enjoy delicious freshly caught seafood in one of the many harbour-side restaurants. During the summer the Jacobite steam train runs twice daily from Fort William to Mallaig.
Pitlochry and Blair Atholl: Tour Blair Castle and observe salmon swimming to their spawning grounds through the windows of the Pitlochry Power Station. Alternatively, tour Edradour; Scotland's smallest and most traditional distillery. Finish the day at The Old Armoury or the Killiecrankie Hotel restaurant for traditional Scottish fare (62 miles; 1hr 45min drive).
Cairngorm Mountain Railway, Aviemore: Take the funicular to the peak of one of Scotland’s highest mountains and enjoy the Ptarmigan café and gift shop (50 miles; 1hr 30min drive).
Eilean Ban, The Bright Water Centre: Visit Eilean Ban, home of Gavin Maxwell, author of Ring of Bright Water, conservationist and artist. Tour the island and the cottage where he lived in the last two years of his life and visit the Bright Water Centre in Kyleakin. (90 miles; 2 hour drive)
To find out more information or to organise a trip, contact the estate office on +44 (0) 1397 732 200 or email@example.com.